LaSalle, Quebec

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. As such there are no precise boundaries, but rather a fundamentally similar cultural and societal identity. The West Island is not a city, but rather a collection of independent cities, towns and villages in addition to several borough of the City of Montreal that share an intimate relationship and identity with the citizens of Montreal, and yet have also developed a unique common identity and strong sense of local character. Again, for this reason it is difficult to say exactly which communities constitute the West Island, though it is largely understood to mean all communities, independent or otherwise, developed on the island of Montreal West of Highway 13 and 32nd Avenue. Some would argue the communities of Saint-Laurent (Saint-Laurent, Quebec), Lachine (Lachine, Quebec) and LaSalle (LaSalle, Quebec), in addition to the Western off-island communities, such as Vaudreuil-Dorion, Hudson (Hudson, Quebec) and the four communities of Île Perrot should be included in which communities define the West Island, given the common threads of settlement and factors determining their development. * Italian Village Columbus, Ohio Columbus , Ohio * LaSalle (LaSalle, Quebec), Montreal, Quebec * Little Italy, Baltimore, Maryland Anjou (Anjou, Quebec), LaSalle (LaSalle, Quebec), L'Île-Bizard (Île Bizard), Pierrefonds (Pierrefonds, Quebec), Roxboro (Roxboro, Quebec), Sainte-Geneviève (Sainte-Geneviève, Quebec), and Saint-Laurent (Saint-Laurent, Quebec) had majority votes in favour of demerger, but their turnout of voters was insufficient to meet the requirements for the decision, so those former municipalities will remain part of Montreal. No referendum was held in Lachine (Lachine, Quebec), Montreal North (Montreal North, Quebec), Outremont (Outremont, Quebec), Saint Leonard (Saint Leonard, Quebec), or Verdun (Verdun, Quebec) - nor in any of the boroughs that were part of the former city of Montreal. Geography The district includes the borough (Boroughs of Montreal) of LaSalle (LaSalle, Quebec) and the Southwest borough's (Le Sud-Ouest) Ville-Émard and Côte-Saint-Paul neighbourhoods (List of neighbourhoods in Montreal). The neighbouring ridings are Notre-Dame-de-Grâce—Lachine, Westmount—Ville-Marie, Jeanne-Le Ber, Brossard—La Prairie and Châteauguay—Saint-Constant. *Martin Rouette from Montreal, Montreal Region (Montreal) *Marie-Élaine Thibert from LaSalle (LaSalle, Quebec), Montreal Region (Montreal) *Annie Villeneuve from Jonquière, Saguenay (Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean) DATE OF BIRTH September 7, 1945 PLACE OF BIRTH LaSalle (LaSalle, Quebec), QC (Quebec), CAN (Canada) DATE OF DEATH Location and description The borough of Verdun is located in the southeastern part of the Island of Montreal and also includes Nuns' Island (île des Sœurs). The part on the Island of Montreal is bounded to the southwest by LaSalle (LaSalle, Quebec), to the northwest by the borough of Le Sud-Ouest (Ville-Émard and Côte-Saint-Paul) and the Canal de l'Aqueduc), to the northeast by the Pointe-Saint-Charles (Le Sud-Ouest) and the Décarie Autoroute (Aut. 15) (Quebec Autoroute 15), and to the southeast by the St. Lawrence River. South '''''Saint Lawrence River''''' Southwest 25px (Image:Flag of Montreal.svg) LaSalle (LaSalle, Quebec) (Montreal) West 25px (Image:Flag of Montreal.svg) Le Sud-Ouest (Montreal) Ziemendorf drove them home again after the practice, and from then on he regularly gave the family lifts and helped them with the cost of hockey and groceries. During a particularly trying time for the family, Stewart moved in with Ziemendorf and his family for over a year and a half. Stewart later stated that he believed that, without this help, he could not have got into the NHL. DATE OF BIRTH January 5, 1985 PLACE OF BIRTH LaSalle (LaSalle, Quebec), PQ (Québec), CAN (Canada) DATE OF DEATH DATE OF BIRTH April 27, 1960 PLACE OF BIRTH LaSalle (LaSalle, Quebec), QC (Quebec), CAN (Canada) DATE OF DEATH


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elevation_ft area_code 514 438 (Area code 514 438) postal_code_type Postal code(s) (Canadian postal code) postal_code H8N, H8P (List of H postal codes of Canada) website www.ville.montreal.qc.ca footnotes '''LaSalle''' is a borough in the city of Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Prior to 2002, it was once a separate municipality. It was founded in 1912


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Montreal's Italian (Italian people) community is one of the largest in Canada, second only to Toronto. With 250,000 Montrealers with Italian ancestry, Montreal has many Italian districts, such as Little Italy (Little Italy, Montreal), Saint-Leonard (Citta Italiana), R.D.P. (Rivière-des-Prairies–Pointe-aux-Trembles), and LaSalle (LaSalle, Quebec). Italian is the 3rd most spoken language in Montreal and in the province of Quebec. There is such a large number of Italian Canadians in Montreal that when Italy won the 2006 FIFA World Cup, the number of Italian Montrealers taking to the streets to celebrate en masse resulted in the closure of many major streets, such as Saint Lawrence Boulevard. The '''Cégep André-Laurendeau''' is a CEGEP pre-university and technical college located at 1111 Lapierre Street in Montreal (LaSalle (LaSalle, Quebec)), Quebec, Canada. There is a suburb of Montreal, Dollard-des-Ormeaux named after him. Likewise, Avenue Dollard in LaSalle (LaSalle, Quebec) and Shawinigan, Quebec, and rue Dollard in Saint Boniface, Manitoba, are also named in his honour. Cities over 40,000 or mergers of more than five cities * City of '''Montreal''': former city of Montreal; cities of Anjou (Anjou, Quebec), Beaconsfield (Beaconsfield, Quebec), Côte Saint-Luc (Côte Saint-Luc, Quebec), Dorval, Lachine (Lachine, Quebec), LaSalle (LaSalle, Quebec), Montreal East (Montreal East, Quebec), Montreal North (Montreal North, Quebec), Montreal West (Montreal West, Quebec), Outremont (Outremont, Quebec), Pierrefonds (Pierrefonds, Quebec), Pointe-Claire, Saint-Laurent (Saint-Laurent, Quebec), Saint Leonard (Saint Leonard, Quebec), Verdun (Verdun, Quebec) and Westmount (Westmount, Quebec); towns of Baie-D'Urfé (Baie-D'Urfé, Quebec), Dollard-des-Ormeaux, Hampstead (Hampstead, Quebec), Kirkland (Kirkland, Quebec), L'Île-Bizard (L'Île-Bizard, Quebec), L'Île-Dorval (L'Île-Dorval, Quebec), Mount Royal (Mount Royal, Quebec), Roxboro (Roxboro, Quebec), Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue (Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, Quebec) and Sainte-Geneviève (Sainte-Geneviève, Quebec); village of Senneville (Senneville, Quebec). See ''Montreal Merger''. Located southwest of downtown Montreal (hence the name), the borough is bordered to the northwest by Côte-des-Neiges—Notre-Dame-de-Grâce, to the northeast by the Ville-Marie (Ville-Marie (Montreal)) borough, to the south by the borough of Verdun (Verdun, Quebec), to the west by the borough of LaSalle (LaSalle, Quebec) and to the north by the city of Westmount (Westmount, Quebec). The Saint Lawrence River is located upon part of its eastern edge. - Cégep André-Laurendeau LaSalle (LaSalle, Quebec), Quebec Canada. André Laurendeau * Kahnawake * '''Montreal''' ''(LaSalle (LaSalle, Quebec) Montreal-Ouest (Montreal-Ouest, Quebec) Notre-Dame-de-Grâce (Côte-des-Neiges–Notre-Dame-de-Grâce) Westmount (Westmount, Quebec) '' '''Montreal''' '' Rosemont (Rosemont, Quebec) Anjou (Anjou, Quebec) Pointe-aux-Trembles)'' * Montréal-Est (Montréal-Est, Quebec) *Lachine (Lachine, Quebec) - Galeries Lachine (now Rossy and Energie Cardio) *LaSalle (LaSalle, Quebec) - Place Lasalle (now Cineplex Odeon and a Hart (Hart Stores) store) *Laval (Laval, Quebec) - Carrefour Laval (now Rona L'entrepôt (Rona (company))) East 25px (Image:Flag of Montreal.svg) Le Sud-Ouest (Montreal) Southeast 25px (Image:Flag of Montreal.svg) LaSalle (LaSalle, Quebec) (Montreal) South 1) Move all of these boroughs that are ''not'' going to demerge (Anjou (Anjou, Quebec), Lachine (Lachine, Quebec), LaSalle (LaSalle, Quebec), Montreal North (Montreal North, Quebec), Outremont (Outremont, Quebec), Saint-Laurent (Saint-Laurent, Quebec), Saint Leonard (Saint Leonard, Quebec), Verdun (Verdun, Quebec)), to the form Anjou (Montreal). This mimics the one existing case of disambiguation (Ville-Marie (Montreal)), and solves the problems above. :::::::Places such as Saint-Michel, etc... are now pretty much neighbourhoods, although we should go on a case by case basis. I feel Toronto, for example is an excellent example of what standards should be used. Sometimes we have to go to the old map, and if LaSalle is a dot on the map, than it should be LaSalle, Quebec. Some boroughs are just two communities put together, separated by an m-dash. Well, these aren't communities like LaSalle, or Verdun, and are only created for administrative reasons. However, LaSalle is still very much a community. -- Earl Andrew (User:Earl Andrew) - talk (User talk:Earl Andrew) 17:50, 6 August 2005 (UTC) :::::::Yes we can. It's entirely based on communities. Restoule, Ontario is not a municipality, yet it does not exist as Restoule. The same goes for LaSalle, Quebec. It's a community, just like Restoule is, except it just has a lot more people. -- Earl Andrew (User:Earl Andrew) - talk (User talk:Earl Andrew) 19:10, 6 August 2005 (UTC) ::::Zhatt, that works in theory, but for consistency reasons we should always have provincial indicators after a community name. Of couse, it is uneccesary for the major cities. I suggest we move the borough articles that have the same names as communities to something like LaSalle (borough) and have that article talk about the administration of the borough, while we get LaSalle, Quebec as an article on the history and geography of the community. I think this is a good compromise, and I hope the Montrealers will accept, as it is the only compromise I can agree with right now. -- Earl Andrew (User:Earl Andrew) - talk (User talk:Earl Andrew) 15:12, 10 August 2005 (UTC) My feeling is this: Montreal is part of Canada, and therefore its communities, whether boroughs or not should use the same name standards as the rest of the country. Places like LaSalle, for example should be at LaSalle, Quebec because it is a community in Quebec. It also happens to be a borough. Ok fine. I have suggested for the borough related discussion, that a new page be created for discussion on the borough itself like the article City of Ottawa discusses just the administrative section on Ottawa, and the main article Ottawa discusses the history, and cultural signifigance of the city. Boroughs, are kind of like electoral districts in this sense, as they only exist for administrative regions. We do have articles on electoral districts as well. And the naming of some boroughs is not unlike some district names what with the em dashes and all. -- Earl Andrew (User:Earl Andrew) - talk (User talk:Earl Andrew) 03:38, 11 August 2005 (UTC) - LaSalle (LaSalle, Quebec) Manon Barbe (inc.) MICU - *Collège d'Alma, Alma (Alma, Quebec) *Cégep André-Laurendeau, LaSalle (LaSalle, Quebec), Montreal *Cégep de Baie-Comeau, Baie-Comeau March 24 2005 * An explosion occurred at Cavelier-de-LaSalle High School in LaSalle (LaSalle, Quebec), Montreal, Canada. The explosion wounded 12 and destroyed a part of the school. The time of the explosion was 1:32 p.m. local time, during the third period of the day. Only 2 doors of the School opened, complicating the evacuation of over two thousand students. * Paleontologists (Paleontology) from North Carolina State University announce the discovery of structures resembling blood vessels and red blood


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should be used. Sometimes we have to go to the old map, and if LaSalle is a dot on the map, than it should be LaSalle, Quebec. Some boroughs are just two communities put together, separated by an m-dash. Well, these aren't communities like LaSalle, or Verdun, and are only created for administrative reasons. However, LaSalle is still very much a community. -- Earl Andrew (User:Earl Andrew) - talk (User talk:Earl Andrew) 17:50, 6 August 2005 (UTC) :::::::Yes we can. It's entirely based

on communities. Restoule, Ontario is not a municipality, yet it does not exist as Restoule. The same goes for LaSalle, Quebec. It's a community, just like Restoule is, except it just has a lot more people. -- Earl Andrew (User:Earl Andrew) - talk (User talk:Earl Andrew) 19:10, 6 August 2005 (UTC) ::::Zhatt, that works in theory, but for consistency reasons we should always have provincial indicators after a community name. Of couse, it is uneccesary for the major cities. I

suggest we move the borough articles that have the same names as communities to something like LaSalle (borough) and have that article talk about the administration of the borough, while we get LaSalle, Quebec as an article on the history and geography of the community. I think this is a good compromise, and I hope the Montrealers will accept, as it is the only compromise I can agree with right now. -- Earl Andrew (User:Earl Andrew) - talk (User talk:Earl Andrew) 15:12, 10 August 2005


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. As such there are no precise boundaries, but rather a fundamentally similar cultural and societal identity. The West Island is not a city, but rather a collection of independent cities, towns and villages in addition to several borough of the City of Montreal that share an intimate relationship and identity with the citizens of Montreal, and yet have also developed a unique common identity and strong sense of local character. Again, for this reason it is difficult to say exactly which communities


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territory. The name Lachine, which is also the name of the neighboring borough, stayed because in the French Regime period, LaSalle was actually part of the Lachine Parish. Before the creation of the Lachine Canal, the rapids had to be portaged on a trail called "Chemin LaSalle" (what is now the LaSalle Boulevard). It is known for its many public schools, most noticeably l'École secondaire Cavelier-de-LaSalle, known as one of the top talent producing schools in the field of dance, song, and the home of two Montreal Alouettes cheerleaders. The other common public school in LaSalle is LaSalle Community Comprehensive High School, opened many years ago, home to many cultures. Michel Leduc, who served as Mayor from 1983 to December 31, 2001, was the last Mayor of an independent LaSalle. Ziemendorf drove them home again after the practice, and from then on he regularly gave the family lifts and helped them with the cost of hockey and groceries. During a particularly trying time for the family, Stewart moved in with Ziemendorf and his family for over a year and a half. Stewart later stated that he believed that, without this help, he could not have got into the NHL. DATE OF BIRTH January 5, 1985 PLACE OF BIRTH LaSalle (LaSalle, Quebec), PQ (Québec), CAN (Canada) DATE OF DEATH DATE OF BIRTH April 27, 1960 PLACE OF BIRTH LaSalle (LaSalle, Quebec), QC (Quebec), CAN (Canada) DATE OF DEATH


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of dance, song, and the home of two Montreal Alouettes cheerleaders. The other common public school in LaSalle is LaSalle Community Comprehensive High School, opened many years ago, home to many cultures. Michel Leduc, who served as Mayor from 1983 to December 31, 2001, was the last Mayor of an independent LaSalle. Ziemendorf drove them home again after the practice, and from then on he regularly gave the family lifts and helped them with the cost of hockey and groceries. During a particularly trying time for the family, Stewart moved in with Ziemendorf and his family for over a year and a half. Stewart later stated that he believed that, without this help, he could not have got into the NHL. DATE OF BIRTH January 5, 1985 PLACE OF BIRTH LaSalle (LaSalle, Quebec), PQ (Québec), CAN (Canada) DATE OF DEATH DATE OF BIRTH April 27, 1960 PLACE OF BIRTH LaSalle (LaSalle, Quebec), QC (Quebec), CAN (Canada) DATE OF DEATH


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background   Pro action LaSalle - rowspan 2 Borough councillor Nancy Blanchet   Pro action LaSalle Demographics


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: www.csmb.qc.ca fr-CA recherche-etablissement.aspx ÉCOLES ET CENTRES ." ''Commission Scolaire Marguerite-Bourgeoys''. Retrieved on December 7, 2014. Adult schools: * ''Centre d'éducation des adultes de LaSalle'' (the ''Clément'' and ''LaSalle'' buildings are in LaSalle) http: www.csmb.qc.ca fr-CA enseignement formation-professionnelle centres liste cea-lasalle.aspx Professional development centres: * ''Centre intégré de mécanique, de métallurgie et d'électricité


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LaSalle Manon Barbe (inc.) MICU - *Collège d'Alma, Alma (Alma, Quebec) *Cégep André-Laurendeau, LaSalle (LaSalle, Quebec), Montreal *Cégep de Baie-Comeau, Baie-Comeau March 24 2005 * An explosion occurred at Cavelier-de-LaSalle High School in LaSalle (LaSalle, Quebec), Montreal, Canada. The explosion wounded 12 and destroyed a part of the school. The time of the explosion was 1:32 p.m. local time, during the third period of the day. Only 2 doors of the School opened, complicating the evacuation of over two thousand students. * Paleontologists (Paleontology) from North Carolina State University announce the discovery of structures resembling blood vessels and red blood cells inside the hindlimb fossil of a ''Tyrannosaurus rex (Tyrannosaurus)''. (Science Magazine) (BBC). birth_date Ziemendorf drove them home again after the practice, and from then on he regularly gave the family lifts and helped them with the cost of hockey and groceries. During a particularly trying time for the family, Stewart moved in with Ziemendorf and his family for over a year and a half. Stewart later stated that he believed that, without this help, he could not have got into the NHL. DATE OF BIRTH January 5, 1985 PLACE OF BIRTH LaSalle (LaSalle, Quebec), PQ (Québec), CAN (Canada) DATE OF DEATH DATE OF BIRTH April 27, 1960 PLACE OF BIRTH LaSalle (LaSalle, Quebec), QC (Quebec), CAN (Canada) DATE OF DEATH

LaSalle, Quebec

'''LaSalle''' is a borough in the city of Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Prior to 2002, it was once a separate municipality. It was founded in 1912 as a town. LaSalle is located in the south-west portion of the Island of Montreal, located along the Saint Lawrence river.

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